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The wind whistles with great force in Fuerteventura and may even have given the island its name, a corruption and inversion of el viento fuerte (the strongwind).
The roof of the South Tower was also engulfed in smoke because of prevailing lightwinds from the northwest.
A very large crowd of spectators braved the strong coldwind to see a solid game of absorbing rugby.
Conditions in the second half were similar to the first with the north-westerlywind still prevalent however cloud cover came over as the evening progressed.
At the old Munich Airport during August 1992, I recorded 40 km/hr buggy speed while my "Skywatch" was only showing 5 km/hr truewind.
To the rear of the seated viewer, through the dense undergrowth that covers the higher slopes, lies the ridge which forms a natural boundary to the monastery, sheltering it from the southerlywinds.
Wind Rose Graph (Shows all sites) The wind rose graph shows the last 24 hours of data at 10 minute intervals, averagewind speed and direction.
Lee, Beauregard, and Bragg, And the southwind blew hard on that Ragged Old Flag.
A windvane was mounted 3m out the side of the car and allowed to rotate in order to determine any vertical component of apparentwind.
The paper said that the north Sumatran province of Aceh "long a festering sore on the Indonesian body politic, is now an openwound."
Atmospheric (includes severewinds).
Cultural: Will grow in most conditions although some protection from heavywinds while young is recommended.
The hotwind that blew from the interior, later to be named the sirocco, was known with vivid simplicity as the hot wind.
But all the papers fail to explain how a storm qualifies as a hurricane (once its top sustainedwinds pass 74 mph) as well as the quaint method by which tropical storms and hurricanes are named (an alphabetical system that starts over each year with a name beginning with "A" and is planned years in advance, so that we already know that the first such storm of 2002 in the Atlantic region will be called Arthur, the second Bertha, and the eighth Hortense).
On Monday a frontal system will move onto the South Island and will bring strong northwesterlywinds to this area.
Departing under sail for our ocean passage to Fiji - light eastwind.
The most important recurring climatic event in this region is a drywind, known as the Harmattan, that blows throughout the winter, causing a drop in humidity and the production of vast quantities of dust.
This magnetic field traps the charged particles which are hurled at the Earth by the Sun during solarwind activity.
The Greenpeace commissioned project Wind Force 10 (www.greenpeace.org) was presented as a plenary paper, as were others covering offshorewind trends.
In normalwound healing, TN appeared at days 2-3 and disappeared during remodeling which begins around day 10 after wounding.
Dry northerlywinds are thus cooled and moistened as they pass through.
The sun shone brightly as is the "norm" for this part of the world, although distant clouds in the west indicated that a nor'westwind was on the way.
Poros Town — the only settlement on the island — is a maze of narrowwinding streets rising up a small hill.
At the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, visitors can walk through the Subantarctic Plant House and see how plants survive in icywinds on Macquarie Island.
At the Forest Service's Fire Sciences Laboratory in Missoula, Montana, researchers have created a “griddedwind” tool based on the engineering discipline of computational fluid dynamics.
A single wind turbine will not justify major supporting documentation, whereas a largewind farm will.
A singlewind turbine will not justify major supporting documentation, whereas a large wind farm will.
From this breakthrough the primarywinding heat was able to be captured and the device efficiency was improved to approached 100%.
He was hit with a steel rod on one leg, causing a seriouswound, which later had to be stitched.
while holding pull constant at its maximum usable value for all significantwind speeds.
A slowwind generated from the unburned forest blows toward the fire, forcing the small flames to advance against, rather than with, the wind.
Tibet's exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, thanked Wellington's Pipitea Marae yesterday for the welcoming powhiri, joking that despite the warmth of words, the chillywind still cut through.
The ideal tool for portablewind measurement and the outdoor environment.
Yet he admits that challenges remain, including the current inability of fire behavior simulation to account for diurnalwinds in addition to cold front-driven flow.
Deficiency signs and symptoms: Marginal zinc deficiency may be reflected by an increased susceptibility to infection, poorwound healing, decreased sense of taste or smell, and a number of minor skin disorders including acne, eczema and psoriasis.
A number of potentialwind farm sites have been identified as shown on the map.
Route du Vin Sheltered from the cold, damp, northwestwinds by the Vosges mountains, the vineyards of Alsace enjoy an ideal microclimate for producing white wines that confidently hold their own against the more famous wines of Burgundy and Bordeaux.
It was a fatalwound.
Northernwinds kick up with considerable frequency, and lifeguards put out the red flags to warn of the dangerous undertow.
What a great feeling as she pulled away and accelerated well in a modestwind.
GENERAL Cook Strait is a naturalwind funnel, bordered by high geographic features on the North and South Islands and at times creates a formidable gauntlet for boats sailing to and from the South Island.
During the night a bitterwind began to blow, dumping spindrift all over us.
The first is that 10 or even 20 light and moderatewind events in a row are not sufficient reason to leave the specialist super strong wind kites at home for the next event.
With waves ranging from 1-3 feet and a prevailing five knott onshorewind, competitors put on an excellent display of surfing despite the difficult conditions.
Impairedwound repair by cultured SPARC-null fibroblasts Granulation tissue formation after cutaneous wounding involves both cell proliferation and migration [ 1 ] .
Give it some room to grow and fresh air, but do shelter from harshwinds, especially when young.
Also, of course, these moisture-ladenwinds would not encounter rain-inducing mountain barriers during their Australian transit.
If the windsarestrong westerlies then, for multi day trips, we may be able to start you at Totaranui.
On the top we had a pleasant extended lunch break--the windwaschilly when it gently gusted but for the most part we just laid back and sunbathed--after applying more sun block.
The windwascold and the evening became colder.
But for some, the woundisdeeper, and becomes what I call "lost values".
Onwards and upwards, they again position themselves above the bulls who now number 21 and this time the windisfavourable.
This is because most alpine soils are very free draining, windsarefrequent, and very high temperatures can occur during the summer months.
Begins soon after dawn when the windisgentle and early morning light gives the countryside in New Zealand a very special appeal.
Unfortunately the windwaslame.
Fortunately, the windswerelight which gave the crew a better chance to learn how to handle the big gear and trim a 90-footer."
Even in the mountains heat clings to our bodies the windistired and will not offer comfort.
The natives say, that always before the windisabout to blow from the south, the kohoperoa ceases to sing, and does not commence till the west wind blows, or till a breeze springs up from the north.
If windsareunfavourable we may make use the ship's engine to maintain the schedule.
The windispartlydue to accelerating forward and is therefore increasing slightly throughout the trial.
The windwasreasonablystrong; every now and again the hut would give a huge shudder as a gust hit it.